The Palaszczuk Government is delivering an extra $14.6 million to support Queenslanders living with brain injuries.
Achieving Magnet Designation for the third time, PAH revolves around nursing excellence, patient outcomes and quality of care.
Digital integration at PA Hospital is improving more than just equipment tracking – it is also improving efficiency of patient treatment.
New research commissioned for DonateLife Week highlights the significant gap between people's intention to donate and the number who have actually consented to donate.
The Princess Alexandra Hospital is now home to Australia’s first 3D Avatar – a revolutionary skin cancer-detecting system.
A new guide designed to support those who are homeless or at risk of homelessness has been officially launched.
Access to physiotherapy services in regional and remote areas is set to improve thanks to an innovative PhD study by QEII Hospital physiotherapist Mark Nelson.
Neurosurgeon Dr Sarah Olson has never been afraid of a challenge, so it’s no surprise she’ll be taking on the Bridge to Brisbane this year with a big motivation.
A donation from Caltex of a surround sound system for the residents living with an acquired brain injury in Jasmine Unit has added some bass to their recreation time.
Sporting Wheelies put on a sporting exhibition at PA Hospital in July (today) as part of a showcase for spinal and brain injuries patients as well as new amputees to start the journey to
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